My PCB is not working - I'm overheating the buck converter for some reason.
It's for a device to control heating in 4 zones. Powered by DC around 45-55v. Temperature monitored by 4 x DS18b20+, rotary encoder for menu, 20x04 LCD for display.
It could be that I've put something in backwards / upside down or my circuit design is itself bad. I'm stuck, and need someone to help me diagnose the problem - I'm at the very edges . Project was designed in KiCAD.
Review the circuit design and PCB layout and determine the problems, and suggest solution and any general areas for improvement.
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Hi, Please share your schematic so I can check where the problem is. I have specialization in Power electronics with 15+ experience. Looking forward to hearing from you! Regards, Harjit Singh
Hellow there, I am an embedded sysytems engineer with several years of experience. I have builtseveral different project to prove. I am very familiar with PCB design, why do we talk about it in the chat
hi, I will help you in same and share your ki cad schematic and thermal issue in section and load current rating will design new board with taking your schematic .
I have experience in designing converters of various types. I have developed my own calculator to calculate the components of such inverters, so I think we can solve your problem quickly.